Program Requirements

Choose the advising form that coincides with the year you started at UVM

Undergraduate Advising Form 2007/2008

Undergraduate Advising Form 2008/2009

Undergraduate Advising Form 2009/2010

Undergraduate Advising Form 2010/2011

Undergraduate Advising Form 2011/2012

Undergraduate Advising Form 2012/2013

Undergraduate Advising Form 2013/2014


Undergraduate Research and Internship Forms

Undergraduate Research Proposal Cover Sheet 2013, MMG 197/198 or 297/298

Internship Guidelines, MMG295B/296B


Possible Microbiology or Molecular Genetics Course Schedule

The following is intended only as an example – MMG Options during the 3rd & 4th years may not be offered in a particular year


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